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    Played touch rugby and then did the 40 min fitness training with u16s last night, my joints are really aching today, so I can't recommend this......#50&hurting

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    How is the training going?

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    He's run so far that he's still on his way back. Or on holiday?

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    I can report his fitness has improved. I watched him at sevens.

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    You can only get a calorific deficit if your energy output is more than the energy input. You therefore have to cut down on food portions. Psychologists have found that eating slowly helps you lose weight because you consume less food portions. A slow speed gives the brain time to receive the satiation signal from the tummy letting you know that you’re actually full, as well as allowing better digestion and hydration. Otherwise gobbling a meal makes you think a meal has gone down too soon, making you to want more. You should also consider waist training, whereby you occasionally wear a waist trainer for weight loss, which can be a cincher, corset, belt or girdle. The undergarment compresses your waist and tummy as you eat thus making you feel full faster, makes you sweat more as you workout and supports your torso and back for a better posture.

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